Blood Order

one of the most prestigious decorations in the Nazi Party

The Blood Order (German: Blutorden), officially known as the Decoration in Memory (of the Munich putsch) of 9 November 1923 (German: Medaille zur Erinnerung an den 9. November 1923), was one of the most prestigious decorations in the Nazi Party (NSDAP). During March 1934, Hitler authorized the Blood Order to commemorate the 9 November 1923 coup attempt of the Nazi Party. The medal is silver, with the obverse bearing a depiction of an eagle grasping an oakleaf wreath. Inside the wreath is the date 9.Nov. and to the right is the inscription München 1923–1933. The reverse shows the entrance of the Feldherrnhalle in relief (where the coup ended in defeat), and directly above is the angled swastika with sun rays in the background. Along the top edge is the inscription: UND IHR HABT DOCH GESIEGT (and you have won after all).
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Alfred Rosenberg

German architect and politician

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The Myth of the Twentieth Century

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author: Alfred Rosenberg

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Martin Bormann

Nazi leader and private secretary to Adolf Hitler

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Bormann-Diktate

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author: Martin Bormann

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Adolf Hitler

chancellor and Führer of Germany; leader of the Nazi Party

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